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Romance? You bet
Crash Land on Kurai introduces you to Yumi, a hot head and a badass. This fast paced introduction to the Hikoboshi series had me hooked from the first page. I read through it fast and furiously, anxious to get to the end. I have read all of SJs books and this may top as my favorite. Don't miss this book!
Can't recommend enough this entertaining start to the Hikoboshi series!
Yumi is a journalist. Her job is to record and report on the mission her people are on to travel to their sister colony after generations of separation, and reconnect with them. Things do not go as planned, and their ship crashes in the harsh territory of the colony's nearby moon. As Yumi and the crash survivors struggle to survive in their new environment, they are beset on all sides. Action packed, this book starts with a bang and doesn't stop. Yumi has to feel out who is friend and who is foe among the new people she is meeting. Not only her own life, but those of all of her shipmates hang in the balance. I read it in two days, and only because I had to put it down to go to work. Just a really refreshing read in a genre that has become dominated with military SF lately (which I love!) This was a nice change, and I am really looking forward to the rest of the series.